Believe - Campaign Launch
Hispanic Heritage Assembly
January Out and About
Visit from the Desert Dome
Lunar New Year Lunch (2/3)
AAHM - Movie Night (2/3)
AAHM - Taste of Soul Lunch (2/10)
AAHM - Skate Day (2/26)
- Believe Campaign
This Thursday night 100 members of the St. James' family gathered together for the launch of the most ambitious campaign in the history of the school. If you missed it check out the video here.
- Husky Cup Golf Classic
Registration now open!
- About the Author - Oliver Chin
Introducing Children’s Author...
Tuesday, February 7th
Grades Pre-K-2 grade
Year of the Rooster, the twelfth and is the final adventure in the popular annual series Tales from the Chinese Zodiac.
Ray is a young chick whose father wakes the town each day. When others spot the mythical phoenix, Ray tries to locate this legendary creature and learns about himself during the journey.
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- New Books in the Library
Christina Olague and Chenelle Geoffrey have been working together to stock our library
with even more books that teach our students about diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice. Christina has also put together a spreadsheet detailing the grade level, grade interest, and lexile for each new book
. Here are some of the newest additions to the library
Books About Immigration:
- One Green Apple by Eve Bunting
- The Blessing Cup by Patricia Polacco
- Angel Child, Dragon Child by Michele Maria Surat
- All The Way to America by Dan Yaccarino
Books About Strong Girls:
- Sheila Rae, The Brave by Kevin Henkes
- Freckleface Strawberry by Julianne Moore
- Stephanie's Ponytail by Robert Munsch
- Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bun: Having the Courage to Be Who You Are by Maria Dismondy
- Willow by Denise Brennan Nelson
- I Want to be a Cowgirl by Jeanne Willis
- Not All Princesses Dress in Pink by Jane Yolen
Books About Gender Roles & Equality:
- Ballerino Nate by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
Books About Race, Racism, Discrimination, and Racial Violence:
- Baseball Saved Us by Ken Mochizuki
- If You Lived When There was Slavery in America by Anne Kamma
- Voices in The Park by Anthony Browne
- Malala Yousefzai: Warrior With Words by Karen Leggett
Got a book suggestion? Tell us!
- A Note from Nurse Basham
At Saint James' we are taking steps to keep our children healthy and we need your support. To start with, please do not send your sick child to school. Students should always remain home when they have a fever of 100 F (38 C) or above. They should remain home until they are fever free for 24 hours, WITHOUT the aid of fever reducers. If a student develops a temperature of 100 F or higher here at school or if your child is too sick to benefit from school and unable to participate in class comfortably, you will be called to take your child home from school. Children with diarrhea, vomiting, significant cold symptoms, rashes or other illnesses, even if they do not have a fever, should also remain at home. When your child comes to school sick (and possibly contagious), not only does it expose other children to the illness, it also increases your own child’s healing time. So let's remind our kids to wash their hands often, use hand sanitizer when it's available, eat their leafy greens, and get plenty of rest! And thank you for helping to keep all of our children healthy.
- Lunar New Year Lunch
Coming up on Friday! Hope to see you there, all parents are welcome to join for a special lunch to celebrate the year of the rooster.